The Georgia Bulldogs dive into conference play with a game against the Missouri Tigers this Saturday, and it's an important one for both teams. Georgia head coach Mark Richt called it a "huge game" and said he expects a good effort from the Tigers, who are making their SEC debut.
"It's a big game, it's a huge game," Richt said. "It's a huge game for them, no doubt. It's a huge game for us, too, though, because we've got our goals and they've got their goals and, shoot, to me it's the biggest game of the year, no doubt. We'll see. I know they'll be ready."
Saturday's game is set for 7:45 p.m. ET. ESPN2 will televise the contest.